We’re taking another drive by Redwood City this week, but this time we’re headed for the hills. Emerald Hills, that is. Or Cordilleras Heights, depending on which realtard portal you choose. Thanks very much to Burbed reader laurenatuw for this find somewhere in the Woodside zip code.
645 CALIFORNIA Way
Redwood City, CA 94062
3,100 Sq. Ft.
$548 / Sq. Ft.
Lot Size: 0.32 Acres
On Redfin: 22 days
Property Type Detached Single Family
Community: Cordilleras Heights
Best lot in Emerald Hills. Excellent location. 3100 sq foot main house and guest house with additional 579 sq feet. Great possibilities await you. Make it into a 6 bedroom retreat.
wow, a gem
3100 square foot main house is apparently not big enough to have a couch that wouldn’t block the door.
and maybe they are simply suggesting projects by the abundance of remodel supplies in the pics: tractor, ladder, random plywood, traffic cone – its practically a where’s waldo of construction items hiding in a 1.7mill listing
Alas no remodeling supplies in the current pictures. And for 3100 feet of main house they’re being awfully skimpy on the photos, because here are the other two.
Fortunately, there are always some sites our there that take their sweet time updating listings. Today we’re featuring a new one for you: HomeSwing. (Wow, that sounds kind of sleazy, doesn’t it? Maybe they arrange key parties.)
For Sale › California › Redwood City › 94062
645 California Way
Redwood City, CA 94062
FOR SALE $1,680,000
- 9 Bedrooms
- 6.0 Bathrooms
- 3100 sq ft
- Built 2007
- Single-Family Home
Big Price Reduction. Beautiful Emerald Hills. Expansive 4 yr old home – 9 bdrms, 6 full bath. Main house 3100 sq ft & Guest house is additional 579 sq ft. 14000 sq ft Corner Level lot w/RV access & Electric gate. Backyard is large enough for a pool. (Pool plans already apprvd by design review board)
Wait, what… 647 days on market? Unfortunately HomeSwing is leaving out some useful information, such as the MLS ID number so we could see just how old this listing is. But the 2011 copyright on the photos offer us a free clue. (As do the exact same photos cached from California Moves, along with the MLS ID of #40541748. As opposed to the other MLS ID of #40617479. Neither of which start with Lucky #8, so they’re probably dangerous.)
There was also a completely different random view from the second floor than in the most recent set of (only 4) pix.
Plus a photo of the fence, in case you were worried there weren’t any. Fences.
We’re sorry we couldn’t find the construction equipment scavenger hunt, but while we’re not finding any, feel free to predict just what the correct price level is to induce the proper overbidding. This agent is off to a great start raising the price $20K on a house that didn’t sell in two years.
Bunus: Did you make your best price estimate? See how well you tracked Zillow’s Zestimates! They didn’t think this house was appreciating very quickly. It must have been built in one of those Not Actually In The Real Bay Area portions of an otherwise RBA zip code.